Kiwi technology future proofs security worldwide
Clever kiwi technology firm future proofs organisations security requirements worldwide
Integrated Control Technology (ICT) is a leading designer and manufacturer of intelligent electronic access and security solutions, bringing peace of mind to end-users across the world.
Increasingly higher levels of security are required for compliance and to ensure employee peace of mind.
New technologies such as facial recognition, long-range card readers, smart cameras and remote wireless locks offer much higher levels of security, but because the cost to replace security hardware is hard to justify, many organisations continue to maintain legacy security systems.
New Zealand company ICT has developed an innovative solution that includes the latest technology while also integrating with existing systems to create a new layer of intelligent security across organisations.
By taking security design back to first principles ICT keeps asking, “How could things be better for the end user?” This question has led to a smart solution that is intelligent and intuitive, delivering world-class access control, intruder detection and building automation into one seamless, flexible solution that is very easy to useand which keeps evolving with organisations’ needs as they grow.
ICT technology has future proofed security systems of tens of thousands of the world’s most exacting, enterprises including; Royal Canadian Mint, SAP, General Motors, LG Electronics, University of British Columbia, National Portrait Gallery AUS, United Nations, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, HSBC and Walmart.
With customers in North America, Australasia, UK/Europe and the Middle East, ICT has opened regional offices in Melbourne, Denver, Toronto, and Amersham in the UK.
Small companies love ICT’s off-the-shelf ProtegeWX with its easy to use web-based interface. ProtegeGX is for large organisations and can be used on its own, or as part of a comprehensive solution that integrates seamlessly with other technology onsite. ProtegeGX allows for infinite expansion, and while competitor systems allow for growth, ICT’s flexible licensing model ensures you get all the features needed without paying for extra features you have no use for.
ICT products are designed and developed in their state-of-the-art, purpose-built facilities in NZ, with research and development center, sales, full technical support, and manufacturing teams based out of the Rosedale, Albany facility to enable a tight feedback loop ensuring continual improvement.
ICT is growing rapidly. Staff numbers have increased by 52% since January and construction is underway at ICT headquarters to double its size.